TAKE THE PLEDGE
Together we can RISE up for understanding, respect and equality. Take the pledge to show your commitment to ending racism. I PLEDGE to treat everyone with respect and dignity. I will not tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind. I will speak up whenever I know discrimination is happening and I will stand up for victims.
How I Rise
Thank you for committing to stand up and speak out for racial equality. We encourage you to tell us how you RISE by tagging us and sharing your story on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
The Miami Dolphins hosted their annual 7-on-7 football tournament in June, 2016, which brings together the top football players in South Florida. RISE conducted a character-building session on team building and breaking down barriers during the tournament' symposium. RISE also activated It Takes All Colors during the tournament for the athletes and fans to speak up against racism.
RISE CEO Jocelyn Benson participated in the Corporate Social Responsibility panel, students stood up against discrimination at our It Takes All Colors photo booth and our founder Stephen Ross capped off a great day at the Michigan Sport Business Conference with the keynote address.
RISE participated in its first wrestling event at Pac-12 Conference Championships on Feb. 26. Fans of the sport and conference came by It Takes All Colors speak up against racism.
The Golden State Warriors hosted 300 middle and high school kids on March 17 for a day of talking about personal biases and and anti-bullying. RISE was proud to be part of the event. The kids came through our It Takes All Colors photo booth to speak up against racism
More than 400 Pac-12 gymnastics fans stopped by our It Takes All Colors booth at the Pac-12 gymnastics championships on March 18 to speak up against racism. RISE also showcased the unity taking place throughout the event, as eight teams from the conference came together to compete for the title.
RISE activated It Takes All Colors throughout the 2017 Pac-12 Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada, where fans had a chance to come through the booth and speak up against racism.